By Matthew White, chair of the University Caterers Organisation (TUCO) and director of catering, hotel and conferencing at the University of Reading
Twenty UK universities have signed up to take part in a cyber attacking exercise, aiming to expose weak spots in their systems which could potentially be exploited by illegal hackers.
Exercise Mercury, organised by Jisc, is an ethical hacking competition designed to expose weaknesses in cyber defence
City of Glasgow College has joined with The F&C Investment Trust to launch a new competition for its students
The Cambridge Uni-hosted event is the UK's largest ethical hacking competition for university students, featuring over 130 hackers from 18 unis
The CREATE Education Project are running a competition to win an Ultimaker 2+ 3D printer worth £1,790.99 +VAT* for your school
The five finalist teams - from Australia, France, Hong Kong, Nigeria and the UK - will fly to Toulouse to prototype and test their ideas
The British Retail Consortium (BRC) has launched a new cyber security student challenge with the chance to win up to £500
Hilson Moran wants to know what students think the building environment will look like in 40 years
Aquapella will be performing at the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella finals in New York
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